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noun Osculation
verb To touch or caress with the lips as an expression of affection, greeting, respect, or amorousness
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The evening will feature the famous Gordon Kennedy (Change the World), Danny Flowers (Tulsa Time) and Grammy award-winning Randy Thomas (Butterfly Kisses).
The bride and her father danced to Bob Carlisle's "Butterfly Kisses." The bride and groom's first dance was a choreographed ensemble to Michael Buble's "Everything." They also performed the Dirty Dancing routine, 'Time of My Life," an hour into the reception.
I rode on his feet to the bedroom, gave him butterfly kisses. I loved
"Hey girl, I may be conservative in my policies, but I'll always be liberal with my butterfly kisses."
Butterfly kisses Manna Moo.) -Love, Uncle Sam, Auntie Viv and Family xx KENYON EAMONN April 10, 1997 (Deep in our hearts you are fondly remembered, fond l o v i n g memories c l i n g around your name, true hearts that loved you with deepest affection always will love you in death just the same.
As I hear songs like "Butterfly Kisses" and "Daddy's Hands," as I watch a movie like "Father of the Bride," that phrase, "self-inflicted gunshot wound," echoes in my mind.
He kept taking my face and covering it with what he calls 'little butterfly kisses'.